NAI Coastal moving to downtown Salisbury

Starting in late summer, NAI Coastal will occupy the vacant commercial space on the first floor of Riverview Commons at 150 W. Market St., in downtown Salisbury. The brokerage also has a branch office in Easton.

SALISBURY — NAI Coastal is set to move its offices to downtown Salisbury

Starting in late summer, the brokerage will occupy the vacant commercial space on the first floor of Riverview Commons at 150 W. Market St.

“This move will allow all of our advisors and staff to be under one roof in the heart of Downtown Salisbury,” Principal Chris Davis said. “We are excited and proud to be bringing our business to the Riverview Commons building and look forward to immersing ourselves in the culture and excitement of the City.”

The announcement of NAI Coastal’s move to Market Street follows a surge in activity surrounding the plaza. Kyle Edwards Jewelers, Lilac Clothing Company and Bombshell Boutique are among the local businesses that recently have purchased or leased commercial space in the area.

“New businesses are planting roots downtown, and we’re seeing a shift in the city landscape,” Principal Bradley Gillis said. “The construction and redevelopment projects going on are further developing area and breathing new life into the city, making Market Street the natural choice for our team.”

NAI Coastal is a full-service commercial brokerage currently headquartered at 108 Pine Bluff Road in Salisbury, with a branch office in Easton. In addition to brokerage and development, NAI Coastal rounds out its service offerings with consulting, which covers leasing, assemblage, acquisition and sale and investment advising. For more information, visit www.naicoastal.com or call 410-543-5115.

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